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Psychology 101-09 Facilitation Plan October 6, 2008 The Seven Sins of Memory How the mind forgets and remembers By Daniel L. Schacter Questions 1. Schacter calls “blocking” one of the seven sins of memory. a. How would you define “blocking” b. Do you have a personal experience of blocking? c. Can you think of any popular events such as the media, news, or even important presentations of blocking? d. What does Schacter suggest as a way to help deal with blocking and do you agree with his suggestions? 2. Schacter calls Misattribution as the fourth sin of memory. a. How would you define misattribution? b. What makes misattribution different from the previous three sins of memory? c. Have you ever fell victim to the sin of misattribution? If so, explain. 3. What are you comments of MR “seeing film stars everywhere?” a. What are your comments of IR “being convinced that another female patient was her mother?” b. What could be some of the causes of misattribution? 4.
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2010 for the course PSYCH PSYCH 401 taught by Professor None during the Spring '09 term at University of Maryland Baltimore.

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